A “card reader” card has emerged as a symbol of an unexpected surge in the popularity of the popular TV show Sesame Street.
The card, a version of one seen on the show’s logo, shows a man reading a card with his finger in a small space, while an arrow appears to point out a new card reader.
It is printed on a green background, and has been seen on television sets in various forms since it first appeared in 2008.
In the early days of the show, the card was a symbol that meant one thing: people could buy anything.
The show has been lauded for its innovative use of cards as a means of advertising merchandise.
Sesame Workshop says the card is “not a card,” but a piece of technology.
“When you put a card in the slot of a vending machine, it’s just an empty space that allows you to place whatever you want,” said John Withers, the co-creator of Sesame Workshop.
“But it’s the technology that’s behind it.”
Sesame is a network of educational television shows produced by the Walt Disney Co. that premiered in the 1960s and 1970s.
Its signature characters, such as Bert and Ernie, have become well-known and beloved for their intelligence and fun-loving spirit.